Nitzan Moree
Co-founder and Program Director

A former member of Israel’s national juniors team, Nitzan has been coaching squash for over 15 years, and been involved with squash and squash management for the past 25 years. Nitzan was one of the founders and former Director of the Tel Aviv Squash Club, as well as the Head Coach at the club for 9 years.  He served as the Chairman of Israel’s juniors committee for the Israel Squash Association. He took part in the establishment of ISPO (Israel Squash Players Organization), and in 2012, joined with Hillel and Yariv Bloomberg to co-found SquashBond.  In his free time, Nitzan has a Diploma as a Chinese Medicine therapist.  He lives with his family in a Kibbutz.

Hillel Bloomberg
Co-founder and Assistant Program Director

The founding promoter and developer of Israeli Squash, Hillel has been centrally involved with the construction and management of squash facilities in Israel for the past forty years.  Hillel made Aliya from South Africa in 1975. Soon after he learned of a new game called “Beach Bats” being played on the Tel Aviv beach front, which lead him to introduce  squash as a new sport to the general public in Israel.   

Hillel ,together with his Israeli wife, Tzippy, devoted their time and energies over the next 40 years  to ensuring that the young people in Israel would benefit from this “Anglo Saxon” game in all its aspects in their future lives. 

In addition to facilities management, Hillel is a qualified part 2 British Squash Association coach and continues as the Lead Coach for the Ra’anana Squashbond program.  He was a Board member of the Israel Squash Rackets Association from its inception in 1975 until 2010, and was a Board member of the Israel Maccabi Squash Committee at every Maccabiah Games from 1977 until 2013. 

Monty Yeger
Educational Advisor

Monty is a lawyer and a social worker by profession. In his years of experience working with kids on and off the squash court, he has developed a system for teaching squash to developmentally and behaviorally challenged  young people.